The UW-Madison School of Education is tied for second in the country in U.S. News and World Report's 2019 rankings of the best education graduate schools in the nation.Trailing UCLA and tied with Harvard, UW-Madison also ranked highly in education specialities, including No. 1 for administration, curriculum and instruction and education psychology. The school also ranked third for counseling and personal services, as well as education policy.
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Donald Moynihan, director of the UW-Madison’s LaFollette School of Public Affairs, announced via Twitter Tuesday that he will be leaving this coming fall to join the faculty of Georgetown University.Moynihan — who has been with the university for 13 years — is an expert in public management who has researched issues like performance, budgeting, administrative burdens, election administration and employee behavior. Moynihan will join Georgetown’s McCourt School of Public Policy.
If you’re stressed out during midterm season, University Health Services has got you covered.UHS is in the middle of a “Supporting Student Success” workshop series that aims to help UW-Madison students coping with school-related stress.
A Madison area charter school petitioned the Madison Metropolitan School Board Monday to allow the school to continue recruiting students through a dual-lottery process.Nuestro Mundo is a dual language immersion school, with a mission to educate both native English and Spanish speaking students in a community which fosters equity and inclusion.
The Madison Landmark Commission made final recommendations Monday to keep a memorial for Confederate soldiers at Forest Hill Cemetery, while adding another display to contextualize the Confederate marker.The Landmarks Commission voted 6-1 for a motion to keep the cenotaph, a large gravestone for confederate soldiers, on the site.
An online petition from the Associated Student of Madison’s Equity and Inclusion Committee calls on the university to draft a usage policy — which would encourage students to use the bathroom that they are most comfortable using — by mid-April.
As national politicians and advocacy groups turn their attention to Wisconsin’s Supreme Court race, outside funding may not be as impactful this cycle as many may think.
Gov. Scott Walker continues to urge lawmakers to reach agreement on the details of the GOP’s policy agenda as the final day of legislative activity for the state Senate approaches.
Students will soon see the LGBT Campus Center name replaced with Gender and Sexuality Campus Center in the Red Gym, the campus center recently announced.After initially changing the center’s name to the Gender and Sexuality Spectrum Center in November, the name was changed once again to reflect a broader community and allow for growth of language and emerging identities, according to a news release.
The Derail the Jail Coalition partnered with representatives from local organizations in hosting a meeting Sunday to address education resource officers in Madison schools, which they say adversely affect many student groups.
Global Connections, a subsection of the Wisconsin Union Directorate, pulled out all the stops for their annual Multicultural Fashion Show Sunday.
After faculty spoke out in opposition to a UW-Stevens Point’s proposal that would cut 13 humanities majors in order to expand or add 16 STEM programs, over 20 national societies have penned a letter in opposition.
An April 3 referendum set to be be voted on by Wisconsinites statewide regarding the elimination of the office of the state treasurer has drawn ire from the Madison Common Council.A resolution authored by Ald.
As Gov. Scott Walker proposed a series of reforms to school safety funding and procedures, some disability rights groups fear the needs of the students they represent have been ignored.
Twelve UW-Madison faculty members will be honored this April with the university’s annual Distinguished Teaching Awards.Recipients of this historic award, which dates back to 1953, are chosen based on student nominations and contributions faculty have made to student learning in their departments.This years winners include associate professor of integrative biology, Ellen Damschen, botany professor Simon Gilroy and professor of Afro-American Studies Michael Thorton.
Over 20 national societies have penned a letter in opposition to UW-Stevens Point's controversial proposal.
Former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder visited campus Friday to discuss the importance of redistricting reform, political participation and his legal battle with Gov. Scott Walker.
UW-Madison students gathered at the Social Science building Thursday to learn about the history of race, as well as discuss why race continues to be a relevant issue on the UW-Madison campus.
The Student Service Finance Committee narrowly shot down an amendment that would change its current attendance policies, after a debate that lasted for nearly an hour Thursday.
The Madison Transit and Parking Commission approved a motion Wednesday to increase parking rates at lots and garages around the city starting in June.Because of an increase in usage, the rates for the State Street campus and State Street Capitol garages are set to jump $0.20 and $0.30, respectively.